The next meeting of Tumut Show Society will be the second Tuesday 23rd February 7:30pm
At the Showground Supper Room
New committee members most welcome
This display is supported by the Tumut Branch of the New South Wales Public School Teachers’ Federation to show the general public what is being done in our schools today.
Frontage 2 metres allocated to each school.
MISS TEENAGE SHOWGIRL
14 TO 17 YEARS
MISS JUNIOR SHOWGIRL
10 TO 13 YEARS
6 TO 9 YEARS
MISS TINY TOT
1-2YEARS, 3-5 YEARS
1-2 YEARS, 3-5 YEARS
Sponsored by Tumut Show Society Inc.
All entrants must register at the Secretary’s Office before 10am.
Judging to commence at 11:30am.
Entry Fee 50c. All entries receive a ribbon.
SATURDAY 7th MARCH 2020
Show Schedules will be available from Sounds of the Mountains, Tumut Newsagency, Stock and Station Agents, Pie in the Sky and Trowels.
Show Schedules and entry forms at the show office leading up to the 145th Tumut Show.
The show office will be open
Monday 2nd March- Thursday 5th March 9am – 5pm
Friday 6th March and Saturday 7th March 7am – 6pm.
Showground Phone – 0497 927317
The ladies of Tumut Show Auxiliary invite you to the luncheon room throughout Show Day for tea, coffee, sandwiches, homemade cake and slice.
Lunchtime there is a two-course meal available.
Please call in.
(to be held next to the petting paddock)
Steward: Neil McGruer
Judging to take place at 10.30am
Free entry in classes, pass out for one person to take your pet home after the pet show and re-enter (available from steward). All exhibitors must sign entry form and indemnity and waiver form in schedule.
UNUSUAL PETS: (not to be entered in other categories)
Best Pet – Ribbon and gift voucher, sponsor Cute Critters.
Encouragement Award: Judges decision: Gift voucher from Toyworld.
All sections 1st and 2nd prize receive ribbon.
HEAD STEWARD: TONY BUTLER 6947 0600
Entry fee $3 per student.
The competition is open to students of Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Students need to be enrolled in local South West Slopes schools.
Entrants in the competition will be judged on:
- General knowledge of beef cattle; Handling/knowledge of the animal; – Personal presentation.
All cattle must be led by entrant.
The competition consists of two sections: Junior: year 7 & 8: Senior: years 9, 10 & 11
Junior Section – Entrants to be judged on parading skills
Senior Section – Entrants will be judged on knowledge of beef cattle and parading skills.
Each section can consist of a number of rounds.
Finals: Entrants in the senior section with the highest scores in the rounds will be eligible to enter the final.
Two students from year 9 , 10 and 11 with the highest score from the rounds from each school are eligible to enter the finals.
Awards: Entrants receive a certificate and ribbon in recognition of their efforts.
Champion Parader ribbons will be awarded to the entrant with the highest score in the junior and senior sections of the competition.
The finalist in the senior section will receive a certificate and ribbon in recognition of their achievement.
“The School Parader of the Show” will receive a trophy and ribbon in recognition of their achievements.
Encouragement Award to entrant from Tumut High School: donated by Family of Alby and Gloria Schultz.